This Technical Working Group discusses how to make local public meetings more effective and accessible via the Internet.
Welcome to the Public Meetings - Open Standard and Prototype Technical Working Group
Join the Public Meetings Technical Working Group to get involved in E-Democracy.org's effort to make local public meetings agendas and documents fundamentally more accessible and interactive across the Internet. This is a tightly focused online group. For details on the draft public meeting agenda open standard and efforts to prototype the concept, see the links to the right. This is part of the Participation 3.0 initiative. Members of this forum are encouraged to also join the general "Projects" online group for E-Democracy.org volunteers. More ...
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